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Description: SIPS 2020. An increasing number of faculty interested in open science are teaching courses on improving credibility and open science, or are integrating concepts like preregistration and replication into Statistics/Methods coursework. However, especially at the undergraduate level, many students have not yet learned to view these practices as the new norm. How do we develop syllabi for psychology courses, beginning with introductory courses and then moving into the subject-specific—Social, Abnormal, Personality, Cog Neuro, etc.—that incorporate discussions of these issues as part of their coursework? Participants in the hackathon will brainstorm readings, exercises/assignments, datasets, and other tools that might be effective across undergraduate courses beyond Stats & Methods.


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